I had a look at the Stokes example. It uses model bricks to form the
system. From the documentation, it seems using model bricks implicitly
chooses the bilinear variational form. I would like to define my own
bilinear form to form the matrix, in which I can define terms like
div(q) + c u (q = vector, c = constant, u = another variable besides
q). How would I go about this?
Thanks,
-Jehanzeb
On Sun, Jul 5, 2009 at 11:05 AM, Iago
Barbeiro<address@hidden> wrote:
Dear Jehanzeb,
I think you may start by looking the Stokes example.
It deals with two variables (û=uî+v^j and p) and has the term div(û).dp.
Bon courage!
Iago
On Sun, Jul 5, 2009 at 6:07 AM, Jehanzeb Hameed <address@hidden>
wrote:
Hello,
Is there a simple example in getfem where assembly is for two
variables? E.g. we may want to solve for "u" and "q" (with an equation
defining the relationship between u and q) . Such a case arises in
mixed methods. Is there an example for mixed-poisson problem
somewhere? I know mixed-elasticity problem is given with getfem, but I
am not familiar with that particular problem.
In particular, I am not sure how to refer to "q" and "u" in
generic_assembly routines. Say my weak form involves div(q) . v ? How
will I write this in "assem.set" routine? (I am guessing thats what I
am supposed to do).
Thanks,
-Jehanzeb
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